Handpicked poems from Sept 2021

Handpicked poems curated by the editors from August archives (in no particular order).


Ashes, ashes we all fall down by Khatija Khan

Ashes, ashes we all fall down by Khatija Khan

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Journey of a Poem by Aishwarya Roy

Journey of a Poem by Aishwarya Roy

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We’re too soiled with the notion of love by Shriti Chowdhary

We’re too soiled with the notion of love by Shriti Chowdhary

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The absence of a poem by Resham Sharma

The absence of a poem by Resham Sharma

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Moss by Sara Sethia

Moss by Sara Sethia

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मेरे अंदर औरत । अभिजीत सिंह

मेरे अंदर औरत । अभिजीत सिंह

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बोन्साई वाले बरगद । उज्ज्वल शुक्ला

बोन्साई वाले बरगद । उज्ज्वल शुक्ला

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वितानमय । मनीष कुमार यादव

वितानमय । मनीष कुमार यादव

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Here are the top picks from the month of September. The first of them ‘Ashes, Ashes we fall down’ by Khatija Khan is a splash of cold water on our oblivious selves, forcing us to pay attention to what is actually going on around us and how the passing of time is snatching everything we hold dear to our hearts.

Aishwarya’s Journey of a poem is an honest account of the ideation and the actual creation of a poem. Gathering all that is wrong with this world and still make a beautiful poem out of everything is a journey she takes us all on.

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